Prenuptial Agreements Epitomize An “Ounce Of Prevention”
Preparing for a wedding involves planning for the big day. Taking action regarding finances is hardly the most romantic part of pending nuptials, but often a necessary step. Chances are that you and your soon-to-be spouse would rather not think of the possibility of divorce. However, you want to protect not only assets for yourself, but also your children from a previous marriage.
At Sheehan & Associates, we help clients with the drafting of enforceable prenuptial and antenuptial, also known as postnuptial, agreements.
Unsure If A Prenuptial Agreement Makes Sense? We Can Help
Prenuptial and antenuptial agreements are legally complex and often rife with emotion. Children from a first marriage want to make sure that their parent does not lose everything in a second marriage ending in divorce. Whether hard feelings exist or not, we take an objective view in creating a prenuptial agreement to ensure assets are protected.
Antenuptial or postnuptial agreements are not as common, but often necessary. As circumstances change in a marriage, certain property or money may need protection if the marriage ends. While more challenging than prenups, our experienced lawyers attend to every detail of the complicated process in creating the document.
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For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced southeastern Michigan attorney regarding second marriage prenuptial agreements, please contact us. We represent clients throughout metro Detroit and southeastern Michigan and Newport Beach, California.